Yesterday we discussed the drivers to the media furore regarding OVID-19 being the need to justify pharmaceutical companies increased access to the public purse. This will be used to fund research, antiviral and antibiotic development. Our Western solutions model
The Corona virus or OVID-19, which is a virus which causes flu-like symptoms including upper-respiratory tract disease. It is from a family of viruses which cause up to a third of flus and colds, there
Our underworld seeks patterns and shapes responses dependent upon the emotions underlying our experiences. It builds patterns that protect us or help us to thrive. If we feel under constant existential threat it shapes our underlying patterns which emerge as
Our inner politics reveals itself by outer harmony or dysfunction and our society’s outer politics reveals itself by our inner disharmonies and dysfunctions. Disease is not private, it reveals our social politics! And politics reveals collective psychology! — Alex Carberry
Bob Marley has to be one of the most influential artists of the musical golden age of the 1970’s and 1980’s. He and reggae music had a huge positive impact on my life. Here are 3 quotes from his lyrics
Each person is unique and has unique needs but the universe is not static, so these needs change within a range of possibilities. What we have to understand is how to find and stay within our healthy range of possibilities.
Disease is our soul’s messenger of the transgression of our natural limits. Welcome her, for she brings us good news and a warning. Reflect upon her when she is with you, for her wisdom will teach you. Her nature is
Keeping track of your cycle (well, if you are a woman! But if you are a man you would be well advised to familiarise yourself with the cycle of your significant other!) is an incredible way to engage actively with
A short introduction to the types of causes of menstrual disorders and their relationship to dietary, lifestyle and hormonal issues, in a manner that helps women to grasp what they may do about them.
Autumn’s sunlight streamed brightly through the bare windows, stretching from ceiling to floor, sparsely spanning the interspace between outside and inside. Acutely modern, smooth, hardened plastic framed the view of London’s financial district, hiding the uniformity of cast concrete and